Movie Review: Good TimePattinson and the talented Safdie Brothers takes the audience on a frantic and thrilling ride the second Good Time starts.
The Takeover: Logan Lucky & The Hitman's BodyguardOn this edition of The Takeover with T.M. Powell, T.M. discusses Logan Lucky and The Hitman's Bodyguard.
Movie Review: The Hitman's BodyguardThe Hitman's Bodyguard suffers from a serious identity crisis as to what kind of film it wants to be.
Movie Review: Logan LuckyEven though Logan Lucky is a heist flick, Soderbergh also captures a little slice of Americana in the tiny mountain town in West Virginia where the Logan Brothers reside.
Movie Review | Annabelle: CreationThis new entry Creation corrects the mistakes from the first film and creates a freaky new experience that is sure to give you goosebumps.
Movie Review: The Dark TowerThe Dark Tower is not the worst movie ever made like some production rumors may have suggested, but it's still one of the biggest disappointments at the movies in 2017.
Movie Review: DetroitDetroit is not the most enjoyable watch, but must be examined for better or worse to help understand the problems society is still dealing with today.
The Takeover: Atomic Blonde & Comic-ConFind out what T.M. thought of the stylish new action film Atomic Blonde and get his thoughts on some of the big stories to come out of San Diego Comic-Con 2017.
Movie Review: Atomic BlondeCharlize Theron chews up every scene she's in during Atomic Blonde showing audiences that she is the total package in terms of actresses in Hollywood.
Trailer Talk | Thor: RagnarokOn this edition of Trailer Talk, T.M. Powell breaks down the new Thor: Ragnarok trailer and decides what this all means for the MCU and the God of Thunder moving forward.
Movie Review: Girls TripIt may have taken over half the year, but Girls Trip shows the comedy genre is still alive in 2017.
Movie Review: DunkirkDunkirk is the first true Oscar contender in 2017 delivering so much "Wow" while showing a different side of the battle-scarred soldiers of early WWII, which is quite human even if the characters involved are still strangers to us by the end of the film.